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Apache Solr for TYPO3 - What’s next 2018

 apachesolr TYPO3 solr

With the release of EXT:solr 8, EXT:solrfal 5, EXT:solrfluidgrouping 1 and EXT:tika 3 we provided a lot of improvements at the beginning of 2018.At the end of the last year, we asked you, what is important for you for Apache Solr for TYPO3 with a survey (http://www.tricider.com/brainstorming/3K311n0M0pp)Now we put our heads together and created a draft of our roadmap this year. As always it depends on the financing what we are able to achieve.By now we have the following ideasQ2 - Focus: Maintenance Tools – EXT:solr (8.1.0) maintenance release, EXT:solrfal (5.1.0)...

Upcoming Apache Solr for TYPO3 releases

 TYPO3 apachesolr solr FLUID grouping json features

2017 was a very interesting and successful year for "Apache Solr for TYPO3" and we were able to deliver a few cool features.Just to mention some highlights:Public availability of FLUID Templating in EXT:solr, Support of TYPO3 8 LTS, Own TYPO3 backend modules.Thanks to all contributors and sponsors in 2017 helped us to improve EXT:solr!

How we keep EXT:solr uptodate with the TYPO3 core

 solr semantic developer malmö extsolr t3dd17 nreach apachesolr

This is a summary of my talk for the TYPO3 developer days in Malmö «How we keep EXT:solr up to date with the TYPO3 core».Our challenge – TYPO3 8 LTS was announced to be released on the 4th April 2017. Our plan and challenge were to release our Apache Solr for TYPO3 extensions 2 days later. There are several side effects that are important for us to keep in mind: The TYPO3 core is moving forwards, especially shortly after the release, EXT:solr is moving also especially before the release, We want to stay compatible to 7.6 while being ready for 8.7, We have several add-ons...